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Xray - 7405_xrayunderside400_1276345121
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If you are looking for the resilience of plastic, married with ski like performance.
Based upon the Awesome "Revenge" Composite surf kayak the X-Ray 2005 has been tweaked and scaled up for production in High density polyethylene to produce a truly superb Hard Core Surf Kayak. This is a no compromise machine, hard rails and razor sharp secondary release rail. With virtually no hull flex the performance of the polyethelene X-Ray is comparable with that of its composite roots the "Revenge".

Significant entry rocker allows for those super late ,steep takeoffs and the low volume ends allow for rodeo style transitional moves.

For a small kayak there is a surprising amount of room, 6 footers should have no problem getting in and carrying capacity is around 185lbs (80kgs)
New for 2005 is totally revised outfitting including new a seat which has lowered the centre of gravity and also gives a much more positive and comfortable setup, combined with a lycra covered butt pad, adjustable thigh braces and footblocks. The Fin boxes have also been modified to accomodate our new anodised aluminium box.

Our range of colours now fall in line with the "Maverick" giving a much wider range of choice.

X-Ray comp
Particularly suitable for the bigger guys the X-Ray comp has loads of room and volume for us 180+ paddlers . Again based upon the Revenge but considerably bigger and with a much larger cockpit.

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